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Feb 28, 2022

In the early 2000s, the families of three missing girls received letters telling them what happened to their loved ones. The letters were mailed from the Manchester, NH area though none of the letters have brought definitive answers to what happened to Alicia Markovich, Colleen Orsborn, or Deborah Quimby. 

These cases...


Feb 23, 2022

Jules from Riddle Me That and The Path Went Chilly joined me to discuss the gendered reporting in the media surrounding the Claudia Lawrence case as well as how we respectfully deal with cases where the victim may not have always "lit up a room."

 

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Feb 21, 2022

A 35-year-old old chef vanished on her way to work one morning. The media quickly picked up the case of the young and pretty missing woman. But when an investigator spoke of a supposed secret life, public perception changed and altered the course of the investigation. 

This case is *unsolved*

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Feb 14, 2022

When an 18-year-old was accused of a horrific crime, public opinion was in his favor. By mortgaging their homes, the people of Litchfield County Connecticut helped pay for his defense. But would public support be enough to prove his innocence?

This case is *disputed*

Audiobook rec: Lies In Bone

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Feb 7, 2022

When Sonya Ivanoff disappeared into the night, it took a scared witness coming forward to lead to an unlikely suspect. 

Podcast shout outs: True Crime Fan Club and Reverie True Crime

This case is *solved*


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